Hipster Hawker Centre Opens In Pasir Ris, Sells Wagyu Beef Bowls & More!

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Ooooooh a new hawker centre? Looks like there’s another place for me to eat in Pasir Ris! For a fat guy like me, this is great news!

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Now, before you start questioning my loyalty towards the west side of Singapore, I’ll have you know that I will always be a westie.

So, why am I so excited about a new hawker centre in Pasir Ris? Well, it just so happens that my girlfriend stays in the east. Like, Downtown East kind of east.

Before you guys begin commenting on the forbidden union between two people from the west and east, let’s get back on track, shall we?

On 25 Jan, Pasir Ris Central Hawker Centre finally started its operations! The dual concept hawker centre offers both traditional cuisine and “hipster” cuisine not commonly found at food centres.

Huh, hipster food eh?

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For some reason, I’m reminded of SODOSOPA from South Park…

Anyway, let’s take a look at what they have to offer! For starters, there’s seafood bucket:

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A Thai boat noodle stall:

And some selection of atas coffee( Wow, I can now get a cup of Mocha in a hawker centre?):

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And I’m sure there’s a lot more!

According to the report by Channelnewsasia, there are also Wagyu beef bowls, pork belly burgers, chilli crab pasta and bingsu! We can expect to spend approximately $4 to $7 per item!

Apparently, the hawker centre is also designed in such a way that it would be a “creative space” for selected aspiring hawkers under the hawker-preneurship programme to set up stalls at a lower cost.

Diners are also encouraged to return their own trays and crockeries after dining, because most Singaporeans simply do not have the courtesy to do so.

I mean, we require something like “tray return ambassadors” to encourage people to return their trays after meals.

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And personally, I find it really hard to explain to my foreign friends why Singaporeans don’t clear the table after a meal despite there being a tray return station nearby.

And I’ll always half-jokingly tell them: “Because we are privileged, inconsiderate assholes”.

*Sigh*

Enough ranting on my part. Now I’m just hoping the food at the hawker centre will be enough to cheer me up.

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